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What are Short Cuts in PowerApps Portal

Introduction: Shortcuts are used to place child nodes(child links) throughout the portal’s sitemap(navigation) which simply points to other nodes that exist in your sitemap, or to URLs external to your portal. Use Case: We have two parent pages- “Hardware” and “Support”.  Both are child pages of another page- “Home”.  “Support” page has a child page … Continue reading What are Short Cuts in PowerApps Portal

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[SOLVED] Root Web Page is not getting created in D365 Portals

Introduction In this blog, we will look into how to resolve the “Root Web Pages are not getting created in D365 Portal” issue. Whenever we create a new web page in a portal its root web page automatically gets created and this root page renders entity forms, entity list or web form on the portal. … Continue reading [SOLVED] Root Web Page is not getting created in D365 Portals

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Adding “Change Password” in Profile Navigation of D365 Portal.

Introduction This blog explains how we can add “Change Password” in the Profile navigation of the D365 Portal. Steps to be followed: Go to Weblink sets 🡪 Profile Navigation Open Profile Navigation record 3. Click on the “Links” tab. Add “+ New Web Link” 4. Add below details in the form Name: Change Password Web … Continue reading Adding “Change Password” in Profile Navigation of D365 Portal.

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How to Copy and Paste in Power Automate

Introduction Power Automate has finally got one of the most awaited features. Let me explain it to you. So, if you are willing to deploy similar type of actions inside flow, you had no option but to write each action separately from the beginning. phew! That sounds like lot of work! But now, thanks to … Continue reading How to Copy and Paste in Power Automate

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Trigger Power Automate on Condition

Introduction This blog explains how we can trigger Power Automate based on the required condition. Suppose you have a requirement where you want your flow should get trigger based on some condition then you can check condition on “Trigger” itself rather than adding a new action to check condition. Use Case: Trigger flow when Lead … Continue reading Trigger Power Automate on Condition

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How to use Expand Query in MS Flows

Introduction This blog explains how to use Expand Query (N:1 Relationship) in the Common Data Service List Records Connector. Steps to be followed: Initialize Variable of type string. Using Expand in list RecordsExpand Query: cf_Project($select=cf_projectname,cf_projectabbreviation) Here cf_Project is the Schema Name of Project Lookup field on location entity. Pass the field names of the project … Continue reading How to use Expand Query in MS Flows

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Display D365 Plugin Error on D365 Portals.

Introduction It is important for the end-user to understand the error displayed on D365 Portals. In this blog, we will display D365 Plugin Error on the D365 Portals. By default, the error will be displayed as shown below: Implementation Step 1: Create a new Site Setting record. Step 2: Set the values given below in … Continue reading Display D365 Plugin Error on D365 Portals.

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[SOLVED] “The Operation has Timed out” in D365 Portals.

Introduction In this blog, we will resolve “Operation has timed out” error in D365 Portals. Steps to solve this issue: Restart your portal by going to the admin center. Steps to restart the portal: Go to the Dynamics 365 Administration Center page and select the Applications tab. Select the name of the portal, and then select Manage. … Continue reading [SOLVED] “The Operation has Timed out” in D365 Portals.

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Using “startswith” Filter Query in MS Flow

Introduction This blog explains how to use “startswith” filter query in MS Flow. Use Case Using MS Flows to retrieve the bunch of students who’s mobile numbers begin with +91 and send them a text (using Twilio connector) regarding the Top Indian Universities. The “starts with” filter query in MS Flows allows to easily achieve … Continue reading Using “startswith” Filter Query in MS Flow

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Using “contains” Filter Query in MS Flow

Introduction This blog explains how to use “contains” filter query in MS Flow. Use Case Retrieve all the Accounts whose name contains ‘cloud’. Steps to be Followed: We will use “Dynamics 365 – List records” Actions. Enter the Organization Name and entity.Filter Query: contains(name,’cloud’) name is the logical name of the field which stores the account … Continue reading Using “contains” Filter Query in MS Flow

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